Timothy E. Lynch joined the faculty as a Visiting Assistant Professor in the summer of 2009 and teaches International Business Transactions and International Trade Law. His primary research interests include capital markets, financial architecture, the allocation of capital and how the regulation of each meets public interest demands. He is also interested in globalization (especially in regard to migration and the globalization of labor), urban development and land use policy.
Professor Lynch has extensive practical experience in project finance and other transactions. As an associate at Coudert Brothers in New York, he represented institutional investors and developers in the execution of major acquisitions and development projects. As Executive Manager for the Public Works Department of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, he assisted in the execution of grand-scale public works projects. He is also a former naval officer and a veteran of the first Gulf War.
- B.A. in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at University of Chicago, 1989
- J.D. at Harvard Law School, 1998
- M.B.A. at Indiana University Kelley School of Business, 2009
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